There is a good chance that at least one of these exercises will be extremely challenging for you, so much so that you will be tempted to not do the exercise and perhaps discontinue the program. Believe it or not, for some people, the first exercise, as simple as it is, brought up a tremendous amount of negative self-thinking that tested the activation of their love center. If or when this happens to you, we urge you to continue, because on the other side of that challenging exercise is the love you’ve been hoping for in your life.
Your body and mind are designed to keep you safe. Thus when you venture beyond your comfort zone, negative feelings arise that compel you to draw back into the behaviors that keep you safe. Know that these are just feelings. Yes, they are real and a part of your wholeness, but they are not permanent and will go away if you continue with 90 Days of Love. True Love is being vulnerable AND strong. True Love is being both accepting of where you are AND knowing everything is getting better. True Love is seeing the uniqueness of all (non-judgmental) AND seeing everyone as part of a single wholeness (connection).
Getting to True Love takes practice to push beyond your comfort zones and into areas where you feel unsafe and uncomfortable. When you feel those negative feelings that are bullying you to pull back, that is when you push forward. Keep going! Keep climbing! We promise that the love you want is on the other side.
In order to get love, you must give love.
Be loving and act loving, and soon you will have love.
Enjoy your 90 Days of Love. More importantly, we can’t wait to see the new, loving you on day 91!
Chris Enni – January 2018